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Money and Your Weight

Money and your body image go hand-in-hand. Or as some money coaches put it, the state of your net worth is a direct reflection of your self-worth. I know this isn’t easy to read. To say “I feel ya” is an understatement. Having $30,000 of credit card debt was one of the hardest times in…

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Why I’m dropping ‘weight loss’ from my business name

Some important changes are happening here at Wildly Alive Weight Loss that may affect you. Please read this entire email. I mentioned at the beginning of the year the meaning of my new tattoo… I was done hiding things from you, in fear that you wouldn’t like me or you might judge me. And yes, I’m ready…

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Stop settling — you were designed to thrive!

I used to think that I couldn’t start living until my body was in better shape. I was ashamed that I still hadn’t figured it out. So I hid back and was more of a spectator in life than a LIVER of life. I declined every invitation. After years, it had taken a toll on my spirit.…

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Women + sexual harassment

When all of the #metoo stuff was overtaking my social media feeds, I was full of emotion. I wanted to speak out about it. I wanted to express how freaking proud I was of every single woman who stepped out and said, “Me too, I’ve been sexually assaulted or harassed by a man.” The courage these women…

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15 Ways to channel your Wildly Alive woman

As I’m sitting here, I’m still amazed at how much my life has changed since 2009. I was obsessed with losing weight, abusing myself with food and comparing myself to every woman I crossed paths with. I was often seething with jealousy. My self-esteem was non-existent and if I’m super honest, I flat out hated…

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I did something badass!

The night of January 1st when most people were nestled away on their couch watching movies, I went out and did something pretty badass… If I do say myself 🙂 It’s no secret that my almost 2-year transition into motherhood, and finding my “new normal” hasn’t been an easy one. As someone who once thought…

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I almost lost my cool…

I almost lost my cool on a lady a few weeks ago. I’ve been dying to share this story with you. Settle in, grab some tea or coffee and hang with me for a moment. A little backstory. For almost three weeks in November, Wyatt and I were visiting extended family. Wyatt doesn’t travel well,…

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I get it. You have like a MILLION-and-one things to do. The last thing on your list is to listen to a call on self-care -- HEAR ME OUT. Truth is, this is a season for s l o w i n g d o w n. I mean, look at mother nature right now. Things are going into hibernation. But our culture speeds up, and we pay for it. NOT THIS YEAR! Tune in, as I share vital resources and tools to help you THRIVE this holiday season.

How to not lose your s*it during the holidays

I get it. You have like a MILLION-and-one things to do. The last thing on your list is to listen to a call on self-care — HEAR ME OUT. Truth is, this is a season for s l o w i n g  d o w n. I mean, look at mother nature right now. Things…

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The holidays are a time to celebrate family, friends, tradition, and spirit. Yet, we often limp through the entire season. Between rushing around to shop, bake, plan, and attend parties, we finish the year tired, annoyed, sluggish, and bloated. Not this year.

3 super-simple mindset shifts that will keep you sane this holiday season

The holidays are a time to celebrate family, friends, tradition, and spirit. Yet, we often limp through the entire season. Between rushing around to shop, bake, plan, and attend parties, we finish the year tired, annoyed, sluggish, and bloated. Yeah, it sucks. But considering the personal and professional obligations, we tend to commit to during…

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I was ready to give up everything

Have you ever felt like you just want to run away from the world we live in? Me too… but probably not in the way you think. Let me explain. Last weekend Zac and I were in the city visiting family. While we were there we wanted to buy Wyatt a toy truck (it’s his…

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